Pre-Season Quick Take - Phil Steele

With less than a month to go before fall camp, it's now that point in the year when the pre-season magazines start tumbling out of bookstores and stands, and they all definitely have opinions all their own when it comes to where UW will finish. We'll be breaking down each of the top pre-season mags, starting with the one that claims to be the most accurate over the last decade - Phil Steele.
July 16, 2015

Dawgman Insider Blog: August 2010

Wednesday night was another spirited session in shells and shorts, but the hitting never stopped and there was strong play on both sides of the ball. As we are into the dawg days of Camp Sark, players are trying their best to impress the coaches and show them that they belong.
August 18, 2010

Thursday Workout Report

It was as nice a day as you could want in Seattle Thursday, as 81 Washington Huskies showed up for another competitive workout session. This one lasted anywhere from 90 minutes to two hours, depending on who you were and what position you played. Overall, the work rate was high and there was plenty of enthusiasm to go around.
July 15, 2010

Coach's Corner - Offense Observations

Spring football is already half over, but team reps have gone up, hitting has increased a little bit. Progress has been made across all three phases of the game as they continually add new parts to their attack on all sides of the ball. The offense appears to be further ahead of the defense and defense appears to be further ahead of the kicking game.
April 16, 2010

Balancing health and aggressiveness

SEATTLE - In spring football, guys get hurt; other guys come back from injury. It's a part of what happens. But with the Washington Huskies, they are already fighting a tough battle with numbers; they don't need to have too many more bodies go down before having to call a penalty on themselves for not having enough bodies at the line of scrimmage.
April 13, 2010

Quantum leaps can be made

SEATTLE - Sometimes it takes a whole year to make that quantum transformation from player to star. Steve Sarkisian said Thursday it's possible for a transformation to occur literally from one practice to the next. And while he has to watch the film to make sure, he saw some players step up that he didn't see on Tuesday.
April 1, 2010

Spring Preview: Tight Ends

In part five of our spring preview series, we take a look at the tight end position where Washington was once hurting for bodies and now it appears there is a logjam of talent. Here's a look at who to watch and what players need to step up during the spring in order to see significant time this fall…
March 23, 2010

Stellar Class Offers Immediate Help for Depth

Nothing is going distract from this already monster signing class, unless of course there are a couple of more desertions coming down the stretch - and that is unlikely with this staff. Losing a wide receiver in Keanon Lowe is probably the one area where Washington won't hurt simply because of the returning depth there.
January 30, 2010